Red Lion Hotel
    Seattle, Washington, United States
    11 - 15 June 2009
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    Book early for the best hotel availability and rates!

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    The International Photodynamic Association World Congress will be held at Seattle's Red Lion Hotel, an upscale boutique property located a short walk from the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and the waterfront. Rooms feature views of the Cascade Mountains, the Puget Sound, and the Seattle skyline.

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    A block of rooms at special conference rates has been reserved at the Red Lion Hotel on Fifth Avenue for conference attendees.  The group rate for attendees for Single/Double occupancy is $179 + 15.6% tax. Each additional person over two add $20 per room per night.  The conference rate cannot be guaranteed after the room block has been filled or after the cut-off date of 22 May 2009.

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    Reservations made Online, or by phone must be secured with a credit card to guarantee your reservation.

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    Rate Single / Double
    + 15.6% tax & assessments



    Red Lion Hotel

    1415 Fifth Ave., Seattle, WA 98101

    Single/Double $179

    Triple $199

    Quad $219

    Rooms have 1 King or 2 Queen beds

    Headquarters Hotel

    Non-Smoking Facility

    Wireless Internet is complimentary in all guest rooms

    Cancellation Policy: Notify the hotel at least 48 hours prior to arrival to avoid a penalty fee

    Early Departure Fee: Notify the hotel before or at check-in if departing early to avoid a $50 early departure fee

    Book Online

    Click on
    'Special Rates'

    Click on
    'Group/Convention Code'

    Enter Group Code 0906INTERN in box

    (Group Code must be in capital letters)

    To Make a Reservation by Telephone:

    Call 1-206-971-8091 or 1-509-326-8000 or 1-800-733-5466
    Refer to SPIE International Photodynamic Association World Congress 2009 to receive the discounted rates.

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